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Shown over a two-day period (August 9 and August 10, 2017) on network TV, Diana Spencer is fairly portrayed as a fairy tale princess of our modern day who made the best of her situation. While she fought back the best she could against the infidelities of Charles during her marriage, her manipulative ways and her own infidelities tarnished her reputation. If nothing else, she was a goodwill ambassador for the British monarchy and was influential for the projects she was most passionate about. And, she was a wonderful mother. Perhaps, that is the saddest part of her story, that she never got the chance to be the wonderful grandmother that she could have been had she lived.
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